It’s official. Susan Koch will take over as University of Illinois Springfield’s new chancellor at the start of next month. The U of I board of Trustees approved Koch’s appointment Thursday at its meeting in Chicago. The appointment had been announced previously, but it still needed formal board action. Koch will also hold the title of university vice president. She had been Northern Michigan University’s provost. She replaces interim chancellor Harry Berman. The board also named Joe “Skip” Garcia as the university’s vice president for health affairs.
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